Crouse Memorial College for Women on Syracuse University Campus
Crouse College, also known as Crouse Memorial College and historically as John Crouse Memorial College for Women, is a building on the Syracuse University campus. It was funded by John R. Crouse, an "enormously wealthy Syracuse banker". The architect, Archimedes Russell, was charged with coming up with a spectacular building, and used the Romanesque revival—Richardsonian Romanesque style. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. MY WEBSITE FACEBOOK PAGE
LoveLee by Lee Owens
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15 Things Only Syracuse, N.Y. Natives Understand
Having been born and raised in Syracuse, N.Y., I seize any chance to defend and represent my hometown. When I moved from the salt city to Ithaca, N.Y., to attend college, I didn't think that I'd have to convince my classmates, friends, professors,…
mary | the cuse superfan
a few weeks back i ran a little contest to see who considered themselves the #1 Syracuse University super fan. drumroll …. ….. introducing mary, our contest winner! thanks to everyone who played along by liking the LoveLee facebook page and sharing the original contest post! more contests coming soon!